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The Immortal Hulk #3 cover by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #3 Review: A Mixture of Dry, Grim Humor and a Superhero-Flavored Tragedy

Each section is portrayed from a different artist, with Joe Bennett handling the framing with Ruy Jose, Leonardo Romero telling the cop’s story, Paul Hornschemeier telling the bartender’s story, Marguerite Sauvage on the old woman’s story, and Garry Brown on the priest’s story Paul Mounts provides the color on every section except the bartender and[...]

Captain America #704 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #704 Review: A Confused Mess of an Ending

Then the book decides that’s a psyche and presents Jack’s actions as just the right thing to do to honor the legacy of Captain America.Speaking of Captain America’s legacy, I wouldn’t say that Steve’s greatest lesson was “always being vigilant for threats to liberty.” The book ends its story with that implication, and that’s a[...]

Captain America #703 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #703 Review: The Story Comes Into its Own

As such, I can’t complain too much about them.[caption id="attachment_862646" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #703 art by Leonardo Romero and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Leonardo Romero is joined by artists Alan Davis and Mark Farmer in this issue Romero is still a powerhouse artist who performs excellently in this setting, though the Red Skull does look off in[...]

Captain America #702 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #702 Review: The Story Improves on the Previous Issue

This is partly due to the fact that, to us, that is exactly what Captain America is, so it’s an innately relatable idea.[caption id="attachment_849898" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #702 art by Rod Reis[/caption]Leonardo Romero continues to helm the art in this comic, with Rod Reis and Howard Chaykin taking over for flashback sequences[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 2nd, 2018: We're Back, Baby

At least Leonardo Romero's art was good.[caption id="attachment_839716" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Death or Glory #1 cover by Bengal[/caption]Win: Death or Glory #1 is So Damn GoodRick Remender and Bengal's Death or Glory #1 is one of those comics that's so good that you have a hard time believing it is this good even while you're reading it[...]

Captain America #701 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #701 Review: A Long Walk for a Small Drink of Water

It leaves you wondering why we went so far for this sip of water.[caption id="attachment_840870" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #701 art by Adam Hughes[/caption]Leonardo Romero, JG Jones, and Adam Hughes split the art in this comic Romero handles the bulk in the future, Hughes draws the World War II scene, and Jones constructs a flashback[...]

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 2nd, 2018: Avengers Assemble!

The Final Host of Celestials are on their way, and it is up to the Avengers to make sure the world lives to see tomorrow.[caption id="attachment_839728" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #701 cover by Michael Cho[/caption]Captain America #701This issue of Captain America brings together Mark Waid and Leonardo Romero for a look at the future, where the descendent of Steve Rogers lives[...]

Hawkeye #16 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Hawkeye #16 Review: A Smart and Sincere Finale for the Hawkeyes

Things look bleak, but Kate has a few ideas that may be just bad enough to work.[caption id="attachment_805372" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkeye #16 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco[/caption]Alas, Hawkeye #16 is the final installment of Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero’s excellent take on the series.The team brings a memorable finale too[...]

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Comics for Your Pull Box, March 7th, 2018: Green Hornet #1, Ghostbusters Annual, and More

The premise sounds interesting, the creators have done some great work in the past, so this may just live up to the hype.[caption id="attachment_805371" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wicked + Divine #34 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson[/caption]Wicked + Divine #34What more need be said about this Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie series? This issue starts a new arc that[...]

Hawkeye #15 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Hawkeye #15 Review: Great Characters and Witty Dialogue Continue to Make this a Great Series

It certainly took me a minute to figure out what happened in what order a couple of times.[caption id="attachment_789376" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkeye #15 art by Leonardo Romero and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Leonardo Romero provides a restrained David Aja-inspired style that adds to the semi-day-in-the-life tone Hawkeye has maintained for the most part since the Fraction and Aja[...]

Hawkeye #13

Hawkeye #13 Review: The Two Hawkeyes Reunite!

It snaps to it in an appropriate measure.Leonardo Romero gives a nice, personalized style to the tale of these Hawkeyes while being pleasingly reminiscent of David Aja’s work in time past Romero’s work has more of an anime-inspired twist, especially when it comes to the faces This does leave some segments feeling a little underdrawn[...]


Hawkeye #10 Review: When Bad Girls Wanna Have Fun, Readers Can Expect Action

Here, Thompson does a similar thing very well.[caption id="attachment_710637" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkeye #10 artwork by Leonardo Romero and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]The artwork from Leonardo Romero and Jordie Bellaire is really strikingly beautiful in its seeming simplicity The fact is, it's probably not simple at all The smooth line work is clearly very deliberate, and the colours[...]

See Leonardo Romera's Uncolored Art From Hawkeye #1

Back in July, Bleeding Cool Editor-in-Chief and lead rumormonger Rich Johnston got the scoop on the upcoming new Hawkeye series by Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero We know that he got the scoop because he wrote "Scoop!" at the beginning of that and like thirty other headlines that day after getting his spoilery mitts on a[...]